Southwest Airlines Bans Emotional Support Animals From Their FlightsSouthwest Airlines has joined American, United, and Delta Airlines in banning emotional support animals from their flights starting March 1.
Proposed Rules Could Boot Emotional Support Animals From FlightsUnder the proposed new rules, emotional support animals would not be considered service animals. A service animal, under the new rules, would be narrowly defined as a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform a task for the benefit of a person with a disability.
Request To Bring Peacock On A Flight As Support Animal Doesn’t FlyA few passengers at LAX Tuesday night boarded with emotional support animals or ESAs, but there are limits.
Pot Doctors Becoming Pet Doctors By Issuing Letters For Emotional Support AnimalsAnd federal transportation officials have taken notice, hoping to propose new rules later this year.